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Discussion in 'Sports' started by 1LIFE2LIVE, Aug 13, 2011.
It means wilbur has a fresh mat.
It means nearly 10 minutes more of possession, 42 rushing attempts with an average north of 4 yards a pop. Detroit got punched in the mouth. That's WTF it means.
Why didn't you just say that?
I'm not going to spoon feed you, that would be insulting to your intelligence.
Seeing an offensive line function at a high level is something I appreciate. The first two games of the year for Seattle's unit were dreadful. The pieces seem to be in concert now, specifically in run blocking. I think the Hawks have a chance for a very good season barring injury, I didn't harbour that thought at the beginning of the season.
The Lions traded Golden Tate to the Eagles for a third round draft pick in 2019.
Doesn't really make sense, or does it? They go out and trade for one of the best interior defensive lineman then the next week trade one of their most productive receivers.
It makes perfect sense! Remember, this is the Detroit Lions we are talking about. You know, lose to the Jets but beat the Patriots
The Lions. Talking about the future for 60 years
Talking about the future of their future. Frankly, they have none.
The faithful Lions fans that I know of were always saying; If we could just get the secondary sorted out, or the offensive line needs some help, or once we get a good quarterback, etc, etc, blah, blah blah. Even they have been quiet about the Lions future. I just don't see a superbowl appearance in the Lions future, unless they buy tickets.
I'm not sure they could get tickets.
Best wishes to Tate. Hope he's a success in Philly.
*sniff-sniff* I smell another stink out the joint effort.
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Time to brown bag the rest of the season = looking for them to win a few more games and go 6-10 in 2018.
I’m almost happy the Lions aren’t on broadcast tv in my market today.
I have a feeling this is going to be ugly...
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That's it HIONS, beat the good teams and lose to the weak teams.
Is this gonna be the ass-whooping we should be?
Or do they go all Lions-y and pull off the improbable and win a game they have no business winning ?